Bicycle Facilities Safest from Crime and Crashes: Perceptions of Residents Familiar with Higher Crime/Lower Income Neighborhoods in Boston.
Lusk AC, Willett WC, Morris V, Byner C, Li Y.
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 02 07. 16(3). PMID: 30736407
Bicycle Facilities That Address Safety, Crime, and Economic Development: Perceptions from Morelia, Mexico.
Alveano-Aguerrebere I, Javier Ayvar-Campos F, Farvid M, Lusk A.
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2017 Dec 22. 15(1). PMID: 29271873
Cycle Tracks and Parking Environments in China: Learning from College Students at Peking University.
Yuan C, Sun Y, Lv J, Lusk AC.
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2017 08 18. 14(8). PMID: 28820463
Biking practices and preferences in a lower income, primarily minority neighborhood: Learning what residents want.
Lusk AC, Anastasio A, Shaffer N, Wu J, Li Y.
Prev Med Rep. 2017 Sep. 7:232-238. PMID: 28879069
Lusk AC, Asgarzadeh M, Farvid MS.
Inj Prev. 2015 Aug. 21(4):221-30. PMID: 25835304
Lusk AC, Morency P, Miranda-Moreno LF, Willett WC, Dennerlein JT.
Am J Public Health. 2013 Jul. 103(7):1240-8. PMID: 23678920
Lusk AC, Furth PG, Morency P, Miranda-Moreno LF, Willett WC, Dennerlein JT.
Inj Prev. 2011 Apr. 17(2):131-5. PMID: 21307080
Lusk AC, Mekary RA, Feskanich D, Willett WC.
Arch Intern Med. 2010 Jun 28. 170(12):1050-6. PMID: 20585071
How Harvard Chan School researchers are taking action on climate change and fighting for a healthier, more equitable planet.
Anne Lusk, research scientist in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, recently has been speaking and writing about ways that cities can encourage more people to bicycle by creating safe and appealing…
Anne Lusk, research scientist at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, proposes that communities take inspiration from programs that preserve historic main streets and invest in aesthetic cycling infrastructure.
In this week’s podcast we’ll explore how America’s streets can be redesigned to benefit bicyclists and pedestrians—and we’ll explain why doing so may even help mitigate the effects of climate change.
Cycle tracks viewed as better for safety, crime reduction, and economic development for bicyclists in Mexico
Cycle tracks — physically separated bicycle-exclusive paths along roads — were associated with improved safety from crashes, lowered crime, and heightened economic development in research conducted in Mexico by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Mexican…